Yves Saint Laurent, the iconic French designer who revolutionized fashion by putting women in pants without sacrificing their femininity, died Sunday in Paris at the age of 71.His close friend, Pierre Berge, confirmed his passing and would only say he died this evening after a long illness. He did not give any other details.Yves retired from haute couture in 2002. R.I.P. Yves Saint Laurent

The old school rollerskate is getting a modern upgrade in the Skorpion Quadline Roller Skate collaboration with Emporio Armani. The skates feature an adjustable footplate that fits virtually any type of footwear and “Quadcoil” springs aid in maneuvering and

Here’s another product magnificent exposed to Fiera di Vicenza, in the international exhibition “Luxury Yacht & 2008”. This is a shoe-jewel of Rossi 3D, designed for large ladies. Made in collaboration with Paul Piovan, is characterized by the refinement of detail. This work of art footwear with uppers of silk satin, the platform has worked in petals of gold, with 28.50 carats of diamonds set Fancy. A pin-shaped flower confers an additional touch of class to his body, taking great joy from the pearl of Tahiti from 32 carats put to good evidence.  


Boucheron has been serving the world for almost 150 years. Founded in 1858 by Frederic Boucheron as Place Vendome Jewelery House, the brand was an immediate hit with fashionable women, actresses and even royalty.To begin the festivities, a collection haute joaillerie, “Boucheron Enchanteur,” was created.Inspired by seven core values of the jeweler, Boucheron Enchanteur celebrates the values of Daring, Magic, Volupté, mystery, danger, Curiosity and Gourmandise.